We are looking for passionate individuals with the potential to become a great scientist who can make an impact on the field of neuroscience. We strive to create a collaborative environment, where open-minded colleagues enjoy the process of being creative and making discoveries.
We are seeking talented and motivated postdoctoral fellows. The candidate should have a Ph.D. and strong expertise in animal behavior, molecular biology or in vivo physiology. Interested applicants should contact Shinjae (shinjaec[at]pennmedicine.upenn.edu) and include their CV, statement of research and contact information for three referees.
We are looking for bright and driven students. Interested students should email Shinjae (shinjaec[at]pennmedicine.upenn.edu) to set up a meeting and discuss potential projects. Shinjae is part of the Neuroscience Graduate Group, the Pharmacology Graduate Group, the Bioengineering Graduate Group and the Biomedical Graduate Studies Group.
Current undergraduates who are interested in joining our lab should email a cover letter and CV to Shinjae (shinjaec[at]pennmedicine.upenn.edu).
We are part of the Chronobiology Program and the Department of Neuroscience of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The position offers the opportunity to become an active member of the multi-disciplinary sleep research community at Penn, arising from the Chronobiology Program and the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology, and we closely collaborate with the lab of Dr. Franz Weber who is also part of the Chronobiology Program at Penn.